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The next big nights of deep house nonsense are on Friday 6th and Friday 20th with your hosts Murray Richardson Vision and Marco Smith Acetate providing the sounds. I had a really good time at The End. Crowds are definitely different in London -definitely more underground and a little bit older than up north. There were a lot of industry types there too, who'd come out to see me play after hearing about my Cream residency.

Hopefully I impressed them! My big tune was by Rhythmcentric. Da salsa! Datangol Da cha-cha! It should be done on turntables, live in the mix. So have a listen to my mix - and tell me what you think of it. I recently went out to Chamonix in the French Alps to play at a snowboarding party. These snowboarders put on these amazing parties called Deluded to subsidise their lifestyle. It was the first time for me. I must have fallen over a million times but I absolutely loved it. The club was like a Swiss version of a Western saloon bar- lots of big wooden beams!

I play a lot of US music so it's about time I gave them my version of events. I'm sure there will be some silliness to report next month. Ealing, London. An exceptionally young First record you ever bought? Future plans? One night, when I was playing in Gullivers in Mayfair, this most unassuming of men came in. We met, talked, and I worshipped the chair that he sat on for months I" 2. TheO'Jayswerea phenomenon, and this is just one of the many great works of theirs I could have picked.

The night was hot, and they tore it up. I 'd never seen so many stretch limos. How anyone knew which one was theirs, I'll never know. Written, arranged and produced by this Vietnam War veteran, it encompassed all that we grooved to back in the day. We talked about Vietnam and the profound effect it had on his life as well, of course, as his biggest love - music.

Forget the ones that went pop, like 'Solid', this was where they were at. It was a fantastic concert anyway, but I still left feeling a tad cheated! This was the anthem to end all anthems, and I was there, eight rows from the front at their very first Hammersmith gig.

I thought if anyone should do it, I should, as I was there and knew what it was all about. The label was home to acts like the Whispers, Midnight Star and Shalamar. It all revolved around the hook, 'In and out, up and down, around and around! James, one part of Ingram who show up elsewhere on this tape , is a legend and this all fits to make a perfect tribute to the Man somewhere allegedly up there.

Your soul 2. Your sole 3. Luckily enough I had the chance to tell Roger when we re-met in Mallorca a few years ago. He was sitting down eating with Junior and Big Nick. Our friendship was cemented back in 1 at a venue called The Royalty in Southgate where the band played live. There have been many top recent tunes from Incognito, but the melody and the lyrics in this seem , for me anyway, to have that extra special whatever-it-is that earmarks a classic.

Oh, the joys of being a six nights a week, eight hours a night resident. I did that for eight years! I followed Mike Allen who used to use f uckloads of reverb on the mic. It was a 'hot seat' affair, so I had no chance to test the mic. The most emotive lyrics in house music and a record that needs nothing more said about it.

Full house at 1 1 pm and no one left till 7am. And the dancefloor rocked! Martin was the guitarist and used to link up synthesizers to his guitar pedals and play keyboards. I'd play techno out of a Groovebox, s and stuff. Oct 1 Nukleuz goes independent with Media. Nearly 5, people attend. That's the only downside to it, though. Play the intro in any club and you can't fail to grab the crowd - it's my secret weapon. This is one of the main ones I use - it's a jigsaw of a million sounds.

Andy Farley's a really good friend. This remix came out really well, a really good hybrid of trance and hard house. It never gets boring, though - totally groovy! A deep, dirty techno groove. He has a residency at Frantic and he can pull a crowd like no one else. Last Sunday at The End I heard this five times.

The original is a really cheesy Dutch hard house thing with sirens and things going off. This was my first ever favourite rave track. She needed a harder mix. People absolutely love her. I stood beside her when she was playing in Ireland a couple of months ago and she totally went for it. This is probably the most full-on track on the CD. Looking for a more recent precedent, it's impossible to overlook Kool Here's well-documented breaks parties in the early Seventies Bronx.

Unwittingly creating a culture based around the isolation and manipulation of breakbeats, Here paved the way not only for hip hop but also for its younger, wilder cousin. When acid house hit these shores at the end of the Eighties, there was already a thriving breaks scene in place. Just as significantly, the British sound systems exhibited an eclecticism that would never have been possible in the States.

A generation raised on everything from rare groove to Afrika Bambaataa via the bone- shaking dub of Jah Shaka would take house music and turn it into something rich and strange. Two further influences were crucial to the next phase of development. The first was the sudden availability of cheap samplers and home studio programs, facilitating the cut-and-paste aesthetic and weird and wonderful sounds that characterised hardcore.

British b-boys had, in any case, always been more interested in this more experimental side of hip hop than in its politically conscious, verbal aspect. Focusing initially on the more ragga-influenced side of things, the media frenzy exaggerated tales of guns and crack use at clubs and propelled artists like UK Apachi and M-Beat high up the charts.

Meanwhile, yet another permutation of the breaks-and-bass blueprint was taking shape. Yet if Speed was for a while one of the finest clubs on the planet, it was also the place where jungle acquired an improbable veneer of 'maturity' and urban cool. And yet for every Alex Reece or Wax Doctor, remaking jungle as suave ambience with beats, there was an Aphrodite or a Dillinja. Moody bass terrorists like Dillinja and Digital, meanwhile, further intensified the low-end frequencies to produce a kind of spartan, militarised dub.

The late Nineties was characterised primarily by a swing back to the darkside. As ever, though, there are those who buck the trend. Mixed by Dave Seaman 2 x CD. Release date: 16 April Any Sunday. Let's say 1 1. Clutch a reasonably priced beverage, steady yourself and take a look around you. Gay and straight; male and female; black and white; mashed people and, er, slightly less mashed people. Gay boys point elegant toes and move with what can only be described as a fly sashay.

And the music? It's a gay night in London, but the hard house that you might expect is not on the agenda. And yet there are no stalk- eyed, gibbering loons here. Just who the fuck are these people, and what are they on? And can we have some? The people who go to DTPM are these people: fashionistas, music biz slags and hairdressers London hairdressers never open on Mondays, apparently. Yep, it's a pretty mental scene - Sunday night fever, indeed. For DTPM's story is one of drugs, the fuzz, madness, business and house music not all night long but all weekend long.

And we have the publicans of Farringdon to thank for it all. People would be going there for Sunday lunch and then all these. A deal was struck. Lee Freeman, who had run nights at the Astoria 2, was brought in to promote the night, although Malice also remained involved with the club for five years. Of course, he taught me a hell of a lot, but I think I taught him a lot too. That it's not a business so much as a vocation or an 'art'. Giving people a great time week in, week out.

Pumping the money not into offshore accounts but back into the club. Sometimes, though, it's possible to get a bit carried away. We really ought to try and get it up for the birthday, though. Back to Laurence Malice for a newsflash. The rest are just glorified bars. No disrespect, but the music's just wallpaper. And then there are the unique nights which only the gay scene can offer, a few of which are in that box on the opposite page.

But you can see what Malice is getting at when you consider the other big gay clubs in London. Possibly the most successful gay club in Europe, and a guaranteed top night out, G. From handbag house versions of Phil Collins records to live PAs by the likes of Hear'Say, 5ive and other bands with typographical affectations, G. What G. But let's call it hard house for short. Actually, he goes a bit further than that. It sounds like German pop music. There's nothing interesting about it.

Those awful hi-hats - hello?. They wanna be able to bounce. Add to that a whole load of extremely monged people and, in summer, large fans, and the potential for messiness was great. It was fantastic. For the first couple of years I used to wake up on Mondays and literally not remember a thing. Since then, he's moved the club to Bar Rumba and then to The End and new opening hours of 6pm-4am; a move away from the Trade mothership.

After a year there, Laurence Malice bowed out to concentrate on Trade. I was getting burned out. It was physically impossible. All the venue changes tell their own story - increasing capacity, increasingly slick operations. As competitors have come and gone, DTPM has accumulated the trappings of a modern club 'brand': web sites, one-offs in other cities, compilations and so on. Back at Fabric, it's midnight.

If you fancy a break from the tribal and disco house on the main floor, detour around the big biceps of the crowd's muscle boy contingent and move towards the throb of tech-house in room two. Like we said: DTPM is how big clubs were always meant to be. The venue was always packed to the gills, with big queues outside. In a so, so darling dive bar in Soho, natch.

No, we're not making this up. Beautiful Bend Every other Tuesday, Central Station, N1 Different every week, but put it this way: last time Muzik went there, we were treated to cabaret singing, Afghan film music and mutant techno. While repeatedly being nearly mowed down by an eight-foot man wearing stripy stockings on roller skates. Unmissable, in short. Fist Monthly, Imperial Gardens, SE5 Scantily clad leather boys on E with piercings that make you wince just to look at them gyrate wildly on a dancefloor strafed continuously for seven hours with bpm hooverage.

While in the backrooms, there are scenes that some viewers may find disturbing. MZK b. But how close do the others get to our Parisian wonders? We feel stronger. We know what concepts we want to follow now, and I think that in some of the music we are more extreme.

We know that we can be more discreet because everyone knows us, especially in England now, so we can be what we want: a kind of special underground band. Godin is also a bit of a thinker, considering every answer with the air of someone who is about to write a lengthy dissertation on the subject.

Jean-Benoit, however, is more unpredictable - distracted and uninterested one minute, wildly animated the next. It is like reading a book; you are in a strange universe with no limits of imagination. I understand why people put it on when they are having their dinner.

It puts a good perfume in the room, y'know. This album is more sexual, I think, too. It deals with some fantasies that we had. It's more extreme. I think perhaps it is because people who are into dance music are interested in electronic sounds. Though they have often expressed an enjoyment of house music, they seem almost entirely disconnected from current club trends. I think that this album is far more electronic than 'Moon Safari', so.

I hope it will go on for this one. The experience reached its peak during a one-month jaunt around the US - the first time that either Godin or Duncknel had experienced Uncle Sam's unique pleasures first hand.

It is a vision of America. That's why there are some nightmares in it, and some very dark stuff. It is a very timeless town, nothing is old, nothing is new. Everything is just on its way. It is the opposite of France, which makes it very interesting. We were inspired by its kind of lazy atmosphere - the concept of lazy hippies, but with computers. It is interesting. Air have recorded - whisper it - a concept album. It comes from our love of the radio stations in Los Angeles.

Not that promising so far, but the whole thing really turned into a bummer when guitarist Dylan Carlson gave his depressed friend Kurt Cobain a shotgun. Your dad may have liked them, but listening to them today reveals Sky to be toss of the first order. The concept of this song is the ridiculousness of someone when he declares his love to a lover. A joke about radios.

You are connected to this fan radio, this special radio, and we are wanting to destroy the negative music. We wanted to do a lot of things by ourselves. We didn't even really m ask Beck. He was there, that was it. We could have asked anyone to come and sing on this album, but all those who did were our friends.

It is about picking up signals like a radio - like if we had antennae. Yet they are very unhappy as well. It gives you some distance, because you realise how big things are, and how little you are. We never had one, but we would like to have one! It's about blow- jobs. Each time someone came into the studio to record a song, they did something for this song before they left. It sums it all up. You can't run fast! But if I realised that if you go inside yourself, the mystery of human inspiration is bigger than the mystery of the universe.

It looks more like a global pollution where we are destroying ourselves. This science fiction vision of nice humanity, very well-organised with technology is not real. We wanted to record the love, the sexual love that you can feel for a woman and the fantasy. When you are shy, and you are forced to reveal your love to a lover, sometimes you don't care.

The songs are about love, the love of Jesus. We liked this concept, we like the atmosphere of the church. That's why some of the songs are written like that - so we are influenced by Jesus Christ, I think! This album is very personal," Godin agrees. You make songs until you feel that they all make a beginning, middle and an end.

If you don't have this feeling, you go on composing in the studio. It needs to be like eating a dinner - you have a starter, main course and dessert. I think the challenge for us is to be getting older, and getting even more broadly different. We have to keep changing the vibe. Universal Trance 6 "One label you can bust is Colourbox. John Johnson. Pascal F. You know it makes sense!

Another quality compilation from Colourbox. Hard House Proton UK kick off their compilation scries with a real corker! Tho CD market place is positively flooded with Hard House compilations right now. However, Proton have really done their homework and have delved deep into the history of this massive sound. The results? Starting out life as an all-dancing, all-not-singing advert for the M25, London brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll took the template laid out by Kraftwerk and Derrick May and pushed it into sweaty clubs and tents all around the world.

But in the words of Ian Pooley, things change. Where once Orbital soared, now they skim around the edges of techno mediocrity, lining up collaborations with Tom Baker and Leonardo Di Caprio along the way. Even Satan would balk at that one. So when did the madness dissipate? The Chemical Brothers still rate Orbital's second eponymous album the brown one as one of the most important dance albums ever.

And they're probably right. What next? A remix for bad-haired indie sensations Toploader? Which is a good thing, obviously. If it's raw, unfettered energy you're after, try hunting down the latest Timo Maas slate instead. After all, every act have certain trademarks to their sound, and by the time they come around to their sixth album, the very facets that drew you to a band in the first place can often make them repugnant.

Thankfully, Orbital still have a long way to go before they reach that stage. Indeed the only moment of bleakness is when David Gray's hoary tones grate the ears on 'Illuminate'. And even that would have been a great track if sung by anyone half decent. Not to worry, though. What more do you need? And not without justification. The Avalanches are production artistes, knowing instinctively thatan album is a broad canvas on which they can paint their vision in bold strokes. Bythetimethey reach 'Frontier Psychiatrist', a kind of maniacal, foaming-at-the-mouth peak has been achieved.

Taking a leaf out of the dusty book of psychedelia, this album sounds like something Jimi Hendrix might have produced if he'd had decks and a sampler. Horses whinny on the downbeat, street hydrants gush cascades of samples and the cultural heat haze of the late 20th Century shimmers by. Like a crooked but beautiful smile, this album is unusually pleasing.

Throughout, the Kidz make the execution of a dance album seem like a pifflingly easy affair, which, of course, it isn't. Ein bargain, as they don't say in Vienna. OF all the 'scenes' to have sprouted up since acid house splurged into the nation's consciousness, none has been so ignored by the media as hard add techno. Nonetheless, every weekend, from Hackney to Barcelona, its furious BPMs and brain-frying acid lines whip a sizeable mob of never-say-die malcontents into a frenzy. As the Liberators so eloquently put it, it ain't intelligent, it ain't from Detroit, but it's fuckin' 'avin' it!

THE Isle Of Wight may not be the most likely of modem musical Meccas, but its importance as a creative hotbed is becoming increasingly hard to ignore. The latest phenomenon to emerge from its colourful shores is Delta T, a five-piece made up of post-modem groovers who combine myriad influences into a coherent but diverse sound. Very original and very good. Here they bring us a maxi with a fuller range of the breakbeats and sampledelia that could be found on that twelve.

If you must preach, wouldn't it be better to say something we haven't already heard a million times? The duo set out their stall from the off with a nicely building percussive set that oozes warm funk. The rest of the album is mixed together - ategedty without the aid of a computer - by the duo and continues through house gems of an organic and very musical nature.

Interspersed with the odd vocal snppet here and there, the overall atmosphere is one ot sophistication and creative programming, as the party heps from tuffer, fruggab'e rhythms with soulful backing tracks to more restrained but still fully danceabie cuts. Get held of this and you wen 't need to worry about DJing at your house parties and post-pub boogaloos fora few months. FAX : PO BOX CR8 1PR. Ambitious without being vicious, their cool take on ambience is sleeker and smarter than anything Alex Paterson could come up with these days.

That two humble studio bods from Nottingham could come up with something so enormous is a testament to both their production expertise and their soul. And if Zero 7 can avoid the Terence Trent route to ego-driven oblivion, their future is assured.

And there are some good ideas here and there after that. Listening to Phuture is like revisiting a museum you loved as a child and had forgotten was still cool. All 1 1 pieces bleed cold-hearted electro cool, post-Berlin Wall industrial angst, and a sense of urban emptiness. Reference points include Warp all eras. It's really very good. Go seek. John Hall Kevin Yost Road Less Travelled Distance The deep house don returns with more of the same FOR the last few years, Kevin Yost has been quietly beavering away at both his production work and his DJing, to the point where he is now one of deep house's premier players.

If there's a criticism, it must be that it feels as if Yost is coasting here: you want him to stick some new ideas into the mix, like a collaboration or two, perhaps, ora string section, or some live drums. The results could be astounding. Cal Gibson Shantel Greatdelay! A hint of unease or the odd menacing texture wouldn't have gone amiss.

MARK Pember has been a busy bee ever the last couple of years. Over a funky. The first two tracks here tear your head off, 'which leaves the album with little more to do, but so what? Light and shade? But that aside, there is not a weak track on this album. Power music, electric revival, as someone recently said. Muzik is left bemused and not quite intrigued enough.

Autechre, eh? What can you say about Autechre? But only just OOH dear. Legends they may be, but Run DMC are not going to significantly prolong their career with this load of old cobblers. And then some of those guests -dear oh dear. Mix it with Oxy- 10, cheap lager and mild neuroses and crop-spray it in homeopathic doses across the whole of Europe and North America.

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A natural remedy for easing away the stresses and strife of life. That was nearly 8 years ago. While the radio stations and dance music press have moved on more commercial forms of music, Drum and Bass has developed and matured into true British underground music. Nicky BlackMarket and his store in London is still at the forefront of that scene.

In this, the second volume of the 'Best of Drum and Bass', Nicky captures the essence of what is happening in the clubs, on the pirates and in the shop itself. This is the cutting edge that is Drum and Bass. What's on It? Artistes range from Joey Beilrarn fo Artemesa.

Which ss quite a range. Any cop then? Perfect for lech-heads who wanl to fill gaps m their collections. Some of it may sound cheesy now, botfiankly, it sounded cheesy then. Kenny Dope and The Crew. Starting off in the land of filter, this rrix ends up with seriously sore jaws in a dark basement with only Lawler and Tenaglia for company. What the Miami Winter Conference 'was made for. The ubiquitous Judge comes up with a credible seledion of moody trance and discordant house.

Remember kids, DJs get famous by playing ether people's recores. Brooklyn-based, open-minded hip flop funkster DJ Spinna is always remborg. CD2 is pure tech- progressive with lip service to ye dde cyber-posse at the end. Ohyes indeedy, pretty damn righteous n fact.

Churning out new compilations on a fortnightly basis, an exhausted and slightly dishevelled looking Hed Kandi proudly present. No, and frankly if we delve any deeper into this over-exposed genre we're likely to cause ourselves a recurring back injury.

Basically acrew of all-nighter, foot-moving ear thrashers. Defnitefyone to play before you go out, whle you're driving excessively fast, or on DMT. High velocity energy music which gives no quarter but a fair deal of joy. Criminally unavailable before, it's a real sampler's paradise. Reggae, funk, hip-hop and rare groove alongside early house classics and smooth soul.

Chasing deep house with disco, chucking in classic soul with Balearic moments, it's an album for music lovers and party people of all persuasions. A lighteously nnovative mx-up in anyone's language. Comb ring a leftfield bent wth melodic dancefloor sarwy is a difficult tiick. Breaks, breaks and more breaks. And then some. Ian 'Galen' Brown accepts his ca'I to the tumtab. What's on it? Thus far. If you run a highly successful right in a major city, the next strategic step istobringcutyourown comp lation and that's exactly what DTPM have done.

Yep, thumping good tunes, energy and intercontinental appeal. Its about jazz and clubs, clubs and jazz. Jazz for dubs, and clubs for jazz. You dig, daddio? If you are partial to the odd spot of jazz- house and the even odder spot of clubbing, then this'll do ya nicely. CD2isther ambent side, presented by Freestyle Records.

N, Atmos, 4D etc, al doing the usual doof-doof- doof-squiggie. Boom Devil and Red Seal. Atrip through the dusty vaults of Gerald's record collection. Tne first mix in a brand new series, the eve r -flaxen Stuart Patterson dons his sod-flecked disco hat in honour cf those sleepless folks at Hea venly. Try saying that when you're sozzled. Tne tite may suggest lobotomised Del Ma'-typegreoves. Watch wilh joy as mdie and dance make sweet iuurve on the beach. Speeded-up soul music, as they say.

Sure is. Hospital is a label much admired by open-minded music lovers. Cream kick off their new seres of conrps with a predictable selection from the past year. Yes, if you're up far hands-in-tne-air nonsense and have no quality control. Celebrating that all-important sixth anniversary, Mark Rae mxes up some back catal ogue for his Manchester-based label.

Funky throughout, it movies from mellow to slightly more het up then back agan. Beautifully mixed without too much nonsense and with some great tunes, it also showcases the development of a Grand Central 'sound'. Very nice too. Insp red by the Miami bass scene, those generous types at Fuel have come up with a real rump shaker designed specifically to make your house crumble to dust within seconds, What's on it? AsBuc-dunk says this should be played at high volume, preferably in a residential area".

Firstina new series from Deviant, intended to rellect the sets that the compilers mgnt play in dubs. So yes, t hits the spot. A comp labon from the Wall Of Sound subsidiary that roughly coincides with its first birthday. Plenty of insouciant, poptastc tracks that take in both indie and electronic sounds.

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Thejunglist reviva continues apace. Mann Parrish. Gotta problem? Okay, how about an impeccable selection of deep house, electro and techno innovators, unmixed ana ready to thrill a new generation? PuSH presents Join Plastica for the launch of their debut release from Hydrogen Rockers. The first stage unleashes his spectacular in the label's history. Includes unreleased and Touching down between deep exclusive mixes. Full length progressive house, hypnotic versions of all tracks.

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There is. Once you know that you can see how his rhymes are different It's not going to be A-listed on Radio 1 but kids love him - he swears, the naughtiest thing you can do. On 'Peak' he gels together with his mate Sanle Pucello and boggles our minds with harsh, computer-generated electric guitar action.

Hendrix house, indeed, and not for everyone. I'd like to play this to Andrew Innes [of Primal Scream] because it's up my street and it would be up his too. Very good indeed. Moonface is in there somewhere too. Oh, how dose to oh-so-unhip Goa trarce it all sounds. A right stemper with Krupp steel production vaues that brook no dissent. Now separated from Advent partnerCisco Ferreira. Colin McBean heads down onto four s des of pure tracky mixabi ny.

Faceless housrfication at its finest. Mental, mate, fucking rad o rental. Big, out expels nfomn us. From behind. A lot of people would come back from clubs and actually like something such as this to listen to in their room [Yeah, right.

People like Peter Sutcliffe, maybe -Ed. Neo We reckon the is someone we know xoera pseudonym Vague flavourings of Felix Da Ho jsecat aside, th. When I was three I heard a violin on the radio and burst into tears. I still feet that right now. This Is for everybody. Three minutes and 49 seconds of I j j jurrrrve from the man Ike the Flex.

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I love the firework display effect in the background but I get a bit nervous when I hear flutes, they make me start thinking of Jamiroquai. His are beatz ol the more spacious kind, the Tayo kind, the Rennie Plg r em-cn-noHoo-much kind. T-Boy will shortly be releasing an album on McMillan s Sacred label but for row this sliqhtlydoomy chuqger wi I surely do the trick. These records are very good at building - they keep you hanging around. I listen with two sets of ears - radio and playing out - 1 think this could work for both.

Mixes by Oakey, T it and Tiesto. No, it's not me. Oh dear. Th s is cyber-disco for Terminators and these squidandroids out cf The Matiix. Two fierce foot-biisterers which shou'd be doing Bugged Out damage somewhere neardosinq lime. That low thump you get on the wind as you park the car? Heavy-duty gear. Not to compete with anything else, just to make music we love. This relentless, driving groove shows how creative, fresh, twsted and dark things can oe when in the hands of a master.

Chicago still does it better. Tough, triba drums bush along the track nicely, with coo! A quality British track that stands up with the rest of them. TF Mr G Get tt. Mr G takes things harder and funkier, twisting disco loops, tcughervng up the rhythms and working the tracks as far as they can go. Nothing really new or Mr G, but a step in the nght direction for Defective.

Dead cool. Harsh, tribal beats; dark spoken vox and some moody breakdowns - nothing new, we know, but nobody does this big room thing better than Romero, and it fi Is that gap between the genres nicety. One for the scu borys. Belgium This twelve finds Mayaku recreating the type of groove that appeared on U-Star circa You know the type of th ng: loose drums, flawing live bass and some fly keyboard and guitar solos. All with very heavy delay action.

The Visit' heads the twelve with a warm house groove filled with tough beats, subtle keyboard pads and a moody haunting sax break. Isolde provides the most son caly groovy message on the twelve with a live electronic Lat n jam packed with wonderful sounds, scratching pads and oddly working rhythms, all tied together with his usual flair for funky-as- het keyboard solos. Herbert drops in witn his usual swing-time kit - abeit in its mid- tempo easy-ish listening guise - while DJ Armand provides the most useful rotation with a sc id triba' house workout.

This one would melt in with all Ihe others save for a tidy dub from Miguel Migs. Here he drops cuts cf the vocal over his usual combo of tight beats and sweetly struck chords. Not his best, but better than that nonsense wilh Bntney Spears.

Serious vocal house music. Unfortunately we would have to disagree. As good as that one is, this is better. Here Middleton takes us on a Song, twisting journey through the dark s de, droppng in touches of pure lunk along the way. The bearded lovechild of DJ Pierre strikes again. Not because it's MJ Cole on the mix, not even because the song is beautifully sung, but because of the way they both work in total harmony. Yet another masterclass in the art of remixing from the man who's established himself as the true don.

Not words to be taken lightly. Music, music, music, the sexiness of dusk on the ocean, the pbatness of an SL and the quality of. MJ Cole. Catch this Vital Release on the R. The package includes a vocal and a dub, with the former being quite dubby anyway. The boy wonder goes from strength to strength, using an original vocalist that sounds a little like Colourgirl. Expect a huge hit from this guy this year. Not one I re of a song, didn't spot a big drop, but boy, oh boy or girl, oh girl this is pure heaven for a DJ and an MC for that matter.

Front of the box stuff. A full MC track that's up there with the best of the rest. He's warning all and sundry not to let him get 'Serious', in an articulate, jovial manner, while not forgett ng his east London roots. It's the dub mix that has me bubbling, featuring MC Scandalous who is definitely on form here. Another of those dubs that is smashing clubland - you have to dance to it.

Have to! No, not Robbie Fowler, but another ol our producers that we reed to enthuse over. Master Cases is one of our finest and has here ventured into a temtory quite new to him, a track fuelled more by the dancefloor than the song, on this verson of it, at least. Check both mixes, one will be for you. I got my DJ name from a track featured on a John Coltrane album. Who have you done lately? I've got a couple of singles due out in the summer.

Also I'm currently working on my new album. Hopefully Sharleen Spiteri from Texas will feature on one of my tracks. I got to know her when I did a remix of 'In Demand'. A big powerplay for Danny Rarrpl ng. He's taken part of tine vcca! Drop this in a dub and see the results for yourself. Big d,va voca!

Prospect Park Surrender Z Records Dave Lee reworks hts cover of the Rainbow Brown classic by getting Taka Boom to provide vocals which are a 'of more powerful than those on his first take. Mr Pink has remixed it in a Subl mina 1 style and he's done a great job, with his pumping dub mix probably the pick. Mr Pink is one to look out for. Kicks ike a mule, too. Take your pick. Disco Brothers are dancing to a dfferent beat. A squelching bass and thudding kick underpin the cr.

The remix is a variation on the theme, with more hoovers and less breakbeats. Scoop Drop It Enriched Th. Both tunes are brazen, offbeat bounders - the A-side builds nicely to a well-known old skool riff, and the tougher B-side samples Beats International, among others. Massive power indeed. The kids love bouncy tunes like these -and I guess I'm just a big kid at heart. Our take on 'Kick Up The Volume' from Justin Bourne Honey Pot is tough yet funky and it was good to get some good parts to use in the remix for a change!

Or is that ROAR? Someone else to watch is Paul Glazby. Burster and Steve K return with a stunner. Powerful bass, crisp beats, off-the-wall vocal snippets and hoover stabs, and a kiiler dnop. Welcome back boys. Now he's back with ore of his best tracks so far.

Forget any pomtfess genre labels, because this makes a mockery of them al Very strong, very now, very Watson. A future classic. Muzik show on Sky Digital and cable. Which makes this little gem Ircm Shine resident and all round up-and-com ng techno bod Phil Kieran all the mere palatable. A wicked combination of truly scaring strings and dark, E-Dancer style bass contortions, 'Aftermath' is super strong trad-techno, reanimated tor Take for instanco tire bassl ne on the title track here.

Wnere, as little as a year ago, it would have been considered far too proggy fo' the del cate tastes of most techno fans, now it's not just acceptable, out actually quite exciting. Funny old world innit?

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